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That seems to be the thrust of an article by BussinesInsider entitled: "Wall Street Is Worried About The Health Of Google CEO Larry Page", and who quoted J.P. Morgan analyst, Doug Anmuth, as saying:
"Co-founder and CEO Larry Page was not present at the shareholder meeting. Google indicated that he had lost his voice and was unable to speak at the meeting, and also that he would not be speaking at next week’s Google I/O developer conference or the company’s 2Q earnings call. We have no specific reason to think there is anything more to Larry’s condition, but we find it odd that the company would already rule him out of the 2Q call which is likely still a few weeks away. We think this could raise some questions among investors. We note that Larry does not appear to have posted on Google+ since May 25."
Well, of course, anything is possible I guess, but hopefully since Mr. Page is still a relatively young 39-year old, he is also still a very healthy one too, but then again, Mr. Jobs was still relatively young when he passed away, from pancreatic cancer, last year at the age of only 56.
In conclusion, I can only hope and wish that Larry Page is healthy and doing well and that he will soon be back running the great company that he helped to co-founded with Sergy Bin. Certainly, Google wouldn't be the great company that it is today without him, nor can I imagine it being quite the same without him, so where ever you are Larry, get well soon.
And that's my 2 cents 4 this cloudy Friday, June 22, 2012